Our preview post below was published on November 14.
If Dinoblivion hits Kickstarter on the same day as Apex Theropod, I'm afraid one of the two species is going to go extinct. But we'll see. Dinoblivion launches on November 19.
Perhaps some of you are familiar with Goblivion, the deck building game that the designer Jean-François Gauthier successfully launched last year. His new deck builder, Dinoblivion, is a 1-2 player game with a tableau-building mechanism added to the mix.
The player begins with two decks of cards: tribe and actions. He/she can buy cards from the market, go hunting, form a family or activate a totem. Rewards from killing dinosaurs come in the shape of dino eggs which give the player glory points. The solo game works differently, as it is a race against time. There is a deck of 60 cards which the player has to go through successfully (win four attacks in two different terrains) before it runs out. Shuffled inside the deck are six cards of a rival tribe that make the deck run out faster.